Why don't you ONLY write data to the array that you intend to use. Sounds like you are trying to force a square peg into a round hole. If there are more spaces in your array than you need to calculate for then I think you are using the wrong approach.
Try using an if loop to only place values in your array that are a valid part of the calulcation. Resize the array as required.
My problem is as follows:
I have array in loop
In each loop different numbers of entries are written to the array. The array needs to be reset each time.
I use ArrayMinimum a lot, meaning if I make all the array entries 0, or resizing the array that causes the entries to have a value of 0, the arrayminimum keeps giving me an answer of 0, because 0 is the minimum in the array.
How to I get past this?
Be careful with ArrayMaximum() as it can return EMPTY_VALUE. Have in mind that EMPTY_VALUE = 2147483647
Saidar wrote >>
. The array needs to be reset each time.
Yes I have the same problem here:
I have this array= double matrix ;
that I do a lot of operations with in a loop, I need to "restart" it fresh for the beggining of the loop again.
Have the same problem. Came up with such solution:
1. Say my array is tickets[5,8], I am running this in loop, also using arraysize() functions, so i just need to empty it keeping the dimensions and size.
2. At the beginning of the script i initialize empty array:
3.Each time i need to clear my array i just copy empty array to it: